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Angela Roseboro is an award-winning diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and culture strategist, with deep expertise in consulting within the technology industry. Embracing the philosophy that companies win because of their people, not in spite of them, Ms. Roseboro is well known as an influential culture transformation leader. As a “fixer" and problem solver, applying a pragmatic and forward-thinking approach. Ms. Roseboro's career spans nearly three decades in building human capital strategies at some of the most recognized Fortune 500 companies, including big tech giants Dropbox and Riot Games. In her most recent role as the Chief Diversity Officer at Riot Games, she was credited with being the key architect behind the company’s cultural evolution – from navigating the company through a cultural reckoning around bad workplace behavior, to Riot Games ultimately being recognized as a certified Great Place to Work by the Great Place to Work Institute in 2022. Ms. Roseboro has received numerous honors for her leadership and DEI work, being named Black Enterprise’s 150 Top D&I Executives, Los Angeles Business Journal’s Diversity Executive of the Year, Savoy Magazine's Most Influential Black Corporate Executives, Move Magazine’s Power Women, and Diversity Global’s 100 Leaders in Diversity. She has also been featured in the Chicago Tribune, Forbes, Fortune and the Wall Street Journal. She is currently a board member for Cresa, an international commercial real estate firm, and on the advisory boards for the Black Collegiate Gaming Association and the Go Red for Women National Leadership Council. She previously served on the Teach for America Advisory Board and the Diversity MBA Advisory Board. Ms. Roseboro earned a bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management from Roosevelt University. A native Chicagoan, Ms. Roseboro currently resides in Las Vegas, with her husband and their two daughters.